Nuneaton Borough have brought in former Porto midfielder Enoch Andoh to the club.
Andoh was signed by the Portuguese giants in 2011 after impressing in the Ghanaian Premier league with King Faisal Babes.
After spending a year with Porto, Andoh made the move to Cypriot First Division side AEL Limassol, where he spent two successful seasons before moving to England with Port Vale in 2014.
Andoh’s impressive form for Vale led to reported interest from a number of Football League clubs, however a move never materialized and the midfielder left the club in the summer of 2016 after failing to agree a new contract.
The former Ghana Under 20 international spent much of last season with Whitehawk but was unable to prevent the Brighton based club from dropping out of the National League.
Andoh joins midfielder Courtney Richards and defender Danny Burns, who have both arrived at Nuneaton in what has been a busy day at Liberty Way.